Sunday, August 29, 2010


Yes, it has been a long, LONG journey for me to finish my Bachelor degree. After 8 years of going to school on and off, I finally finished!!! I had to take 18 credits this summer, but it was worth it. Thankfully, the Lord helped me through it all. My degree is a BS in Human Development and Family Studies with an emphasis in Early Childhood Education. I walked in May, but I technically didn't graduate until August 6th, 2010.

This is on August 6th after my last final of my undergrad career. Of course it was my math final, but believe it or not, I received an A in that class! Thank you Heavenly Father. This is Al and me at Rodizio Grill for his cousin's wedding dinner/ celebrating my graduation.

Al, Me, Meg, Ellen, and Brad.

These were taken in May. I walked on May 7th, 2010.

Fagergren Family Reunion

During the last week of June the whole Fagergren clan (minus Brian and Kim's family- we missed you!) went to Newport Beach, California to visit Michele (Alan's sister) and Jim Earl and their family. It was a wonderful break for me since I was in school at the time (18 credits- ugh); however, most of the time I was studying. Michele has a picture of me doing my math homework on the beach while everyone else is playing. I was quite content though. It's better than being stuck in a classroom!

Here are a few pictures from the trip. Michele's twins, Tanner and Taylor, are adorable! Everywhere Alan goes, the twins want to go too. They adore Al.

Taylor and Me.

Alan and me at Disneyland.

The twins and Michele meeting Buzz Lightyear.

I LOVE the swinging ferris wheel at California Adventure. To me, it is the scariest ride in the entire park. However, it is also the most fun! I laugh and scream the entire time because I am so scared. The best way to ride it is facing backwards when you swing. Our niece and nephew were very brave to come on it with us.

Al and me with our "Bug Eyes" on before watching "A Bugs Life."

Our niece and nephews were picked to be helpers during the Star Wars show (thanks to the signs made by Jim).

Al and I call ourselves the "A-Team." We thought it fitting to get a picture in the big 'A' in front of California Adventure.

The Fagergren family at the Angels baseball game.